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Thrillbent heads Mark Waid & John Rogers discuss the digital comics platform's progress in 2013 and their plans for it moving forward into the New Year.
In honor of the Presidents Day holiday, CBR presents a full story by the "Action Presidents" team, starring America's third head of state.
CBR has an exclusive preview of Ron Marz and Evan "Doc" Shaner's digital-first "Adventures of Superman" #43!
Marvel has 'stealth released' a prelude to "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" in the Infinite Comic digital format, written by Peter David.
If news of Holloway's involvement as Aquaman in the delayed "Man of Steel" sequel doesn't hold water, then here are five other characters the "Intelligence" actor could easily play.
Brainiac continues his quest to rule Earth in this exclusive preview of Christos Gage's digital-first "Justice League Beyond 2.0," on sale Jan. 11!
ROBOT 6 contributor & comic store employee Carla Hoffman acknowledges the benefits of digital, but knows nothing beats buying books from an actual person.
With a second print collection on the way from Oni Press, John Allison talks with ROBOT 6 about the past, present and future of his webcomic "Bad Machinery."
A young Zod adapts to his new life on earth in Christos Gage's digital-first "Justice League Beyond 2.0" #9, on sale Dec. 14.
Acclaimed "FreakAngels" artist Paul Duffield returns with a longform Miyazaki & Le Guin-inspired fantasy webcomic that he will write and draw.
Acclaimed cartoonist Richard Sala teams with Fantagraphics and comiXology for the digital "Violenzia," featuring a pulp action heroine against a supernatural cult.
With the success of "Batman '66" and "Smallville Season 11, "Tom Bondurant, considers what other DC-inspired movies and TV series are ripe for digital comics.
Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt & Bill Crabtree return with the part two of a ROBOT 6 exclusive tale set between issues 35 and 36 of the supernatural Western.
The artist of the Eisner-winning "Bandette," Collen Coover talks about the print collection, working on "Batman '66," European influences and more.
Writer Fred Van Lente discusses the marriage of humor, history and politics in his and Ryan Dunlavey's digital comic, "Action Presidents."
Marc Guggenheim writes a Riddler story filled with interactive clues for fans and a special challenge - plus exclusive art - for CBR readers.
Comics are truly entering the mainstream, as evidenced by the popularity of the Bitstrips Facebook app.
Mark Waid ends his Eisner-winning time with the Man Without Fear in the Marvel Infinite Comic "Daredevil: Road Warrior."
Hank Kanalz discusses DC Comics' digital agenda and the launch of "Beware the Batman." Plus, an exclusive preview of "Batman Beyond 2.0."
DC Comics has announced a new creator line-up for "Adventures of Superman" & "Legends of the Dark Knight" digital-first series.
Cartoonists Kate Beaton, Christopher Hastings and Ryan North discuss their work in and outside of comics - including Beaton’s new project with Scholastic.
This Halloween, DC Comics’ digital line gets broodier, bloodier and more dramatic, as Elena, Stefan and the rest of the residents of Mystic Falls make the leap to digital comics with "The Vampire Diaries."
Comixology's female readership has increased dramatically since the digital-comics platform launched in 2007, rocketing from less than 5 percent of its audience to 20 percent.
Eisner-nominated cartoonist Dylan Meconis discusses her serialized graphic novel "Family Man," her passion for the 18th Century, working online and joining Scott Kurtz's long-running webcomic "PVP" as co-writer.
Batgirl makes her "Batman '66" debut, facing off against the purrfectly villainous Catwoman in a story from the creative team of Jeff Parker and Colleen Coover.
The comic book prequel to the NetherRealm Studios fighting game finishes its first digital run with "Injustice: Gods Among Us" #36, but writer Tom Taylor promises more in 2014.
"Awake" creator Kyle Killen spoke exclusively with CBR News about making the jump from television to comic books in DC's "Adventures of Superman" and teases an "Awake" comic revival.
DC Comics has apologized to anyone offended by the controversial "Harley Quinn" tryout page that asks artists to depict the fan-favorite character naked in a bathtub, seemingly about to commit suicide.
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson talks to cartoonist Ryan Sohmer about using Kickstarter to fund his thrice-weekly webcomic about the comics industry -- and why he had no other options.
Starting in December, DC Comics will release a monthly digital comic based on Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!" animated series, with the stories later reprinted in a bimonthly print edition.
Though "Smallville Season 11" is coming to a close, the DC Comics digital-first series will continue on, transitioning into a series of miniseries, starting in November with "Smallville: Alien."
Eisner Award winner David Lapham's two-part story for DC Comics' digital-first "Adventures of Superman" series kicks off Monday, September 2, and CBR News has an exclusive preview.
Writer Marguerite Bennett assures fans the lewd and violent interstellar bounty hunter “is much bigger, meaner and nastier” than the concept art DC Comics released for the new-look Lobo would lead them to believe.
A group of college students get letters from their future selves - and the news isn't good - in the new digital comic "The Bunker" from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari.
Comic-Con International's Monkeybrain Comics panel highlighted the digital publisher's recently announced new series, as well as the Eisner Award winning "Bandette" and the sales success of their line-up.
CBR News spoke with comiXology CEO David Steinberger at CCI 2013 to discuss recent developments with the digital platform and digital comics market - and why the company isn't jumping on the DRM-free bandwagon.
Mark Waid’s Thrillbent, which hosts a variety of digital comics that can be read in a variety of different ways, is adding a new way to purchase titles: download-to-own. ROBOT 6 has details.
Thrillbent.com's Mark Waid and a panel of fellow creators, including James Tynion IV and Asa Tait, gave a behind the scenes look at how comic books are produced for the digital publisher.
At Comic-Con, Legendary artist Neal Adams and author/historian Rafael Medoff screened their "They Spoke Out" motion comics based on the historical figures who tried to stop the Holocaust.
One retailer and four digital guys get down to brass tacks about what digital can do that print can't - and vice versa - coming to the conclusion that both formats should have no problem co-existing for years to come.